Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Built by Street Rod Productions on a Club Car chassis. Base Coat Clear Coat paint w/ custom hand painted flames. Working hood w/ cooler compartment (36 can capacity). Under seat storage tray, Marine grade AM/FM CD player, Tilt steering column with self canceling turn signals, headlights with high and low beams, emergency flashers, tail lights with blue dot lenses, brake lights, license plate light, horn, rear view mirrors, polished stainless steel grille, stainless steel front bumper, hand-sewn retractable ragtop, rear jump seat. This cart is gas with a standard Kawasaki 11 hp motor. Custom aluminum rims and Carlisle tires.
The Tonino Lamborghini Golf Cart is too cute to be true. With independent front suspension, you can navigate this cart easily in any kind of terrain. Its four-wheel hydraulic braking system provides perfect safety for you. Plus, this baby gives 50 miles to a single battery charge. FYI, Vatican City police use this buggy to keep the Pope secured. The Tonino Lamborghini is priced at approx. $11,500.
Two Seater, Open Air Cayenne?
If you think this golf cart bears a strong resemblance to the Porsche Cayenne, you're right. Hans-Peter Porsche, the grandson of the company's founder, commissioned the prototype and the Porsche Engineering Group came through, creating two vehicles for use at Spain's Alcanada Golf Course.
That's the Porsche logo on the golf cart's front lid, and the Cayenne design is evident in other areas, including the vehicle's engine compartment lid, front wheel arches, headlights, front fascia, and 20-inch wheels.
The Mini-Cayenne is powered by a 3.2-bhp electric motor. It can cruise at 19 mph.
Above is a February 2005 message from Dan Lehmen of Danco Enterprises, who gives us an update on his solar golf cart project:
"Thought you might be interested in my latest solar conversion. This "57 Chevy" replica sports four Shell 75 watt solar panels connected to a Xantrex C40 controller. The car is powered by an 11.1 h.p. electric motor on a 48 volt system. ( it is capable of speeds up to 28 mph ).It is being prepared for a safety inspection and will be licensed for use on city streets this spring. Testing is incomplete, but preliminary tests have exceeded expectations! I have attached a picture of the cart."